Three bedroom stables conversion in Great Ponton, near Grantham, Lincolnshire
Grade II listed former stables sympathetically converted into a three bedroomed property and situated in the South Lincolnshire village of Great Ponton, a short drive to the market town of Grantham. A thriving cattery business is included with the property
Mill Lodge was originally built in about 1850 and is set on the banks of the River Witham and is surrounded by open countryside.
The building is principally constructed of stone with brick features, under pitched, slate clad roofs.
Mill Lodge was converted to residential use approximately 16 years ago, and has been further improved recently to provide adaptable accommodation including:
South facing living / dining area
Snug with multifuel stove
Master bedroom with ensuite and dressing room
Two further bedrooms
Five piece family bathroom.
There is a recently constructed detached stone and slate garage with adjoining laundry room.
Oil fired central heating, sealed unit double glazing and a 4kW solar panel array are installed.
Attached to the property is a thriving cattery business with 38 units split evenly between single and multi cat usage.
Gardens, incorporating paved and lawned areas, fruit trees and shrubs, surround the property and slope gently down to the River Witham which forms the eastern boundary.
Fishing rights are associated with riparian land ownership.
The property is approached from Mill Lane by a right of way over a shared private track and from there onto a private driveway.
The village of Great Ponton has excellent transport links, being situated on the A1 and three miles south of the market town of Grantham
Grantham has a mainline rail link to London (travel time to London of approximately one hour).